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Washington State Air Toxic Sources and Emission Estimation Methods

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
98-207May 1996June 1998
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Author(s) Bernard Brady, et al.
Description The purpose of the original document, Air Toxics Emissions Estimation Methods Evaluation,
was to establish sound methods for estimating air toxic emissions. These methods would be
used to develop emission inventories to support rule development, the operating permit and
registration programs, and other studies. In this revision, the purpose expands to include
process descriptions, variables, current control equipment, Reasonable Available Control
Technology (RACT) and Maximum Available Control Technology (MACT) standards. The
report should be looked at as a starting point for air toxics information, and the references at
the end of each chapter can be used for more detailed information. While the original
document also touched on criteria pollutants, this document will focus its efforts on air
toxics, specifically those listed in Chapter 173-460 WAC. Replaces publication number 96-204, Air Toxics Emissions Estimation Methods Evaluation.
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Keywords fiberglass, boilers, coating, ink, printing, emissions, wastewater treatment plant, grain, toxics, rule, methods, evaluation, technology, toxic, solvent, polyurethane, oil refinery, fertilizer, incinerator, feedlot, dry cleaner, emission, ethylene oxide, aluminum, asphalt, auto refinisher, aerospace